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Marillion

 

Neo-Prog

3.14 | 338 ratings

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ProgRob
4 stars What a great album! The previous album Radiation wasn't that bad either, although I can imagine that it was dissapointing for fans, but this one is way better and together with Anoraknophobia, it leads the way to a highlight-peak-band called Marillion with the fantastic Steve Hogarth. The album takes a while to grow, but the last two tracks are essential prog-pieces: Interior-Lulu features a BRILL moog-solo that reminds me of Keith Emerson (ELP) old days. The final song, House, is a very emotional song with beautiful trumpet-work, vocals and keyboards. One of the best Marillion-songs. As a whole, this album needs some time to be fully appreciated, but it caught me just in one time! It's the start of an artistic journey to the majestic album Marbles from 2004. You can forget Radiation, but Marillion.com, Anoraknophobia and Marbles (2-disc-edition) are very recommended!
ProgRob | 4/5 |

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